Smart Grid Technology and Applications

ISBN-10: 0470974095

ISBN-13: 9780470974094

Edition: 2011

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This book provides discussion on the fundaments of the Smart Grid concept and then describes the technologies that are required for its realisation. It allows the reader to engage with the immediate development of the power system and to take part in the debate over the future Smart Grid. The book opens with an overview on understanding the Smart Grid, and then is divided into three sections. Section 1 ('Information and Communications Technologies') covers communication standards for the Smart Grid. Section Two discusses sensing, measurement, control and automation.Smart metering and demand side participation are described in detail, before distribution automation and the distribution management system. The last chapter of this section covers advanced transmission system operation. Section Three looks at power electronic and advanced components. First of all the topic of power electronics in power demand and supply is presented. Enabling technologies and advanced components are described last of all, giving a balanced view of Smart Grids.
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Book details

List price: $148.00
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Canada, Limited
Publication date: 4/9/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 306
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Tom Magrini is an information technology professional with over 30 years experience in the field. Tom has used Macs since 1984 and still fondly remembers his first Apple Macintosh computer with its 8 MHz Motorola 68000 processor, 9-inch 512 x 342 pixel black-and-white screen, 128 kB of RAM, and built-in 400 kB 3� inch floppy drive. He also worked on NeXT computers and the NeXTStep operating system, the forerunner to Apple's OS X. Tom's hobby is (you guessed it) working on computers particularly his Early 2011 MacBook Pro.During the work week, Tom leads a team of IT professionals who maintain two data centers and the network, telephony, platform, security, and client computing infrastructure for a large municipality. Tom has also taught programming, operating system, Cisco Networking Academy, and wireless networking courses as an adjunct professor at two colleges.When he isn't working on his MacBook Pro or hanging out with his dogs, Tom enjoys reading, movies, time with his family, and the the beautiful Arizona weather with its 300 days of sunshine.Please subscribe to Tom's Flipboard magazine, Catch the Wave: Mac OS X Mavericks, where he keeps you up-to-date on the latest OS X Mavericks and Apple Mac news, features, tips, and tricks.

About the authors
Preface
Acknowledgements
List of abbreviations
The Smart Grid
Introduction
Why implement the Smart Grid now?
Ageing assets and lack of circuit capacity
Thermal constraints
Operational constraints
Security of supply
National initiatives
What is the Smart Grid?
Early Smart Grid initiatives
Active distribution networks
Virtual power plant
Other initiatives and demonstrations
Overview of the technologies required for the Smart Grid
References
Information and Communication Technologies
Data communication
Introduction
Dedicated and shared communication channels
Switching techniques
Circuit switching
Message switching
Packet switching
Communication channels
Wired communication
Optical fibre
Radio communication
Cellular mobile communication
Satellite communication
Layered architecture and protocols
The ISOIOSI model
TCP/IP
References
Communication technologies for the Smart Grid
Introduction
Communication technologies
IEEE 802 series
Mobile communications
Multi protocol label switching
Power line communication
Standards for information exchange
Standards for smart metering
Modbus
DNP3
IEC 61850
References
Information security for the Smart Grid
Introduction
Encryption and decryption
Symmetric key encryption
Public key encryption
Authentication
Authentication based on shared secret key
Authentication based on key distribution centre
Digital signatures
Secret key signature
Public key signature
Message digest
Cyber security standards
IEEE 1686: IEEE standard for substation intelligent electronic devices (IEDs) cyber security capabilities
IEC 62351: Power systems management and associated information exchange data and communications security
References
Sensing, Measurement, Control and Automation Technology
Smart metering and demand-side integration
Introduction
Smart metering
Evolution of electricity metering
Key components of smart metering
Smart meters: An overview of the hardware used
Signal acquisition
Signal conditioning
Analogue to digital conversion
Computation
Input/output
Communication
Communications infrastructure and protocols for smart metering
Home-area network
Neighbourhood area network
Data concentrator
Meter data management system
Protocols for communications
Demand-side integration
Services provided by DSI
Implementations of DSI
Hardware support to DSI implementations
Flexibility delivered by prosumers from the demand side
System support from DSI
References
Distribution automation equipment
Introduction
Substation automation equipment
Current transformers
Voltage transformers
Intelligent electronic devices
Bay controller
Remote terminal units
Faults in the distribution system
Components for fault isolation and restoration
Fault location, isolation and restoration
Voltage regulation
References
Distribution management systems
Introduction
Data sources and associated external systems
SCADA
Customer information system
Modelling and analysis tools
Distribution system modelling
Topology analysis
Load forecasting
Power flow analysis
Fault calculations
State estimation
Other analysis tools
Applications
System monitoring
System operation
System management
Outage management system OMS
References
Transmission system operation
Introduction
Data sources
IEDs and SCADA
Phasor measurement units
Energy management systems
Wide area applications
On-line transient stability controller
Pole-slipping preventive controller
Visualisation techniques
Visual 2-D presentation
Visual 3-D presentation
References
Power Electronics and Energy Storage
Power electronic converters
Introduction
Current source converters
Voltage source converters
VSCs for low and medium power applications
VSC for medium and high power applications
References
Power electronics in the Smart Grid
Introduction
Renewable energy generation
Photovoltaic systems
Wind, hydro and tidal energy systems
Fault current limiting
Shunt compensation
D-STATCOM
Active filtering
Shunt compensator with energy storage
Series compensation
References
Power electronics for bulk power flows
Introduction
FACTS
Reactive power compensation
Series compensation
Thyristor-controlled Phase shifting transformer
Unified power flow controller
Interline power flow controller
HVDC
Current source converters
Voltage source converters
Multi-terminal HVDC
References
Energy storage
Introduction
Energy storage technologies
Batteries
Flow battery
Fuel cell and hydrogen electrolyser
Flywheels
Superconducting magnetic energy storage systems
Supercapacitors
Case study 1: Energy storage for wind power
Case study 2: Agent-based control of electrical vehicle battery charging
References
Index
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